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Chapter 15: siege of Fort Pickens.--Declaration of War.--the Virginia conspirators and, the propo
the conspirators were very anxious to seize Fort Pickens.
before it should be re-enforced.
We left orts Barrancas and MCRee, and were menacing Fort Pickens, he consented to have re-enforcements sent. for the Brooklyn not to land any troops at Fort Pickens unless it should be attacked, but to give t you will land with your company, re-enforce Fort Pickens, and hold the same till further orders.
It few companions into a
Flag-staff bastion, Fort Pickens. promised participation in his scheme.
The ho were on the point of making an attack on Fort Pickens, observing the (ominous appearance of affai a spy informed him of the re-enforcement of Fort Pickens.
That movement exasperated him, and he was
A few days after the re-enforcement of Fort Pickens, the Atlantic and Illinois arrived with sev s a formidable force of insurgents menacing Fort Pickens, who were lying on the arc of a circle, fro [33 more...]